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1

Which muscles attach to the vertebral body of thoracic vertebrae?

- longus colli
- psoas major
- psoas minor

2

Which thoracic segments will have muscles attaching to their vertebral bodies?

T1-T3, T12

3

Which erector spinae muscle will attach along the length of the thoracic spine?

longissimus

4

Which transversospinalis muscles will attach along the thoracic spine?

- semispinalis
- multifidis
- rotators

5

Which thoracic is the last to demonstrate an attachment at the transverse process for the semispinalis group?

T12

6

Which thoracic segment is first to demonstrate the attachment of the levator costarum brevis?

T1

7

Which thoracic segment is last to demonstrate the attachment of the levator costarum brevis?

T11

8

Which thoracic segment is first to demonstrate the attachment of the levator costarum longus?

T7

9

Which thoracic segment is last to demonstrate the attachment of the levator costarum longus?

T10

10

Which thoracic segments demonstrate a spinous process attachment for the trapezius?

all 12

11

Which thoracic segment is the first to demonstrate a spinous process attachment for the latissimus dorsi?

T7

12

Rhomboids major and minor will attach to the spinous process of which thoracic?

T1 only

13

Which thoracic vertebrae will demonstrate a spinous process attachment for the serratus posterior superior?

T1-T3

14

Which thoracic vertebrae will demonstrate a spinous process attachment for the serratus posterior inferior?

T11-T12

15

Which thoracic segments demonstrate a spinous process attachment for the splenius muscles?

T1-T6

16

Which thoracics demonstrate a spinous process attachment for the iliocostalis lumborum?

T11-T12

17

Which thoracic vertebrae lack any spinalis muscle group attachment on their spinous process?

T9-T10

18

Which thoracic is last to demonstrate a spinous process attachment for the semispinalis?

T6